Vassiliadou Dimitra

Associate Professor

Academic field: «Social History of Nineteenth Century Southeastern Europe»

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Dimitra Vassiliadou is Associate Professor of Social History at the University of the Aegean and the Principal Investigator of the “Brutal Intimacies. A History of Rape in Modern Greece, 1900s-1960s” research project, funded by the Hellenic Foundation for Research & Innovation (2021-2023). She is the author of the book «The Tropic of Writing. Family Ties and Emotions in Modern Greece, 1850-1930» (Gutenberg 2018, in Greek) and the co-editor of three collective volumes on the history of gender, masculinity and sexuality respectively. She has worked extensively as an individual researcher, in cooperation with other historians, and as a member of large multidisciplinary teams. Her research interests include gender history and especially masculinities, the history of sexuality and sexual violence, family history, the history of nervous disorders, and the history of emotions.

Monographs     

  • The Tropic of Writing: Family Ties and Emotions in Modern Greece (1850-1930), Gutenberg, Athens 2018 [in Greek].

 Co-edited Volumes      

  • (with G. Gotsi) Histories of Sexuality, Themelio Publishing, Athens 2020 [in Greek].
  • (with Y. Yannitsiotis, A. Dialeti, G. Plakotos) Masculinities. Representations, Subjects and Practices from the Middle Ages until today, Gutenberg, Athens 2019 [in Greek].
  • (with P. Zestanakis, M. Kefala, M. Preka) Talking (Back) to Certainties. Genders, Representations, Subjectivities, OMIK, Athens 2013 [in Greek].

Edited Issues


Articles


Chapters

  • “Love in the Families”, in Sonya Lippsett-Rivera (ed), Cultural History of Love, v. 5: The Age of Empire (1800-1900), Bloomsbury Publishing, London 2022, forthcoming.
  • “The Mutuality of Being: Family Emotions in Greece, 1850-1900”, in Katie Barclay and Peter Stearns (eds.), Routledge History of Emotions in the Modern World, Routledge, London 2022: 252-266, https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003023326
  • «The Human Rupture: Sexual Crimes in the Early Twentieth Century», in PIXELS@humanities Digital Library RCH, Athens 2021, https://www.rchumanities.gr/dimitra-vassiliadou/
  •  “Love, Actually . . . . Pricing Conjugal Emotions in Nineteenth-Century Greece”, in Rafał Borysławski and Alicja Bemben (eds.), Emotions: The Engines of History, Routledge, London 2021: 206-222, https://www.taylorfrancis.com/chapters
  • “Auto/pathographies in situ: ‘Dying of Melancholy’ in Nineteenth-Century Greece”, in: The Palgrave Handbook of Auto/Biography, Julie Parsons and Anne Chappell (eds), PaIgrave MacMillan, London 2020, 207-227, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-31974-8_10
  • «All about Sex? », in Histories of Sexuality, Themelio Publishing, Athens 2020, 13-23 [in Greek].
  • « ‘Ruined Girls‘. Sexual Violence, Morality, and Marriage, 1914-1940», in Histories of Sexuality, Themelio Publishing, Athens 2020, 103-122 [in Greek].
  • “Masculinity and History: The Historiography of a Relation”, (with Y. Yannitsiotis, A. Dialeti, G. Plakotos), in: Vassiliadou et al. (eds), Masculinities. Representations, subjects, and practices from the Middle Ages until today, Gutenberg, Athens 2019, 11-101 [in Greek].
  • “Silence, Fear, Lust: Writing the Sexual Self at the end of the Nineteenth Century”, in: Vassiliadou et al. (eds), Masculinities. Representations, Subjects and Practices from the Middle Ages until Today, Gutenberg, Athens 2019, 105-132 [in Greek].
  • “‘Toilsome and voluntary work’: the Society for the Protection of Minors in postwar Athens”, (with Efi Avdela),  in E. Avdela, H. Exertzoglou and Chr. Lyrintzis (eds), Forms of Public Sociality in twentieth century Urban Greece, University of Crete, Athens 2015, 101-123, http://www.public-sociality.uoc.gr [in Greek].
  • “When Gender History Met Family History”, in Glafki Gotsi, Androniki Dialeti, Eleni Fournaraki (eds), Gender in History, Asini, Athens 2015, 189-208 [in Greek].
  • “Men, Submen or Posers? The Duel and Politics in Greece, 1870-1918”, in D. Vassiliadou, P. Zestanakis, M. Kefala, M. Preka (eds), Τalking (Back) to Certainties. Genders, Representations, Subjectivities, OMIK, Athens 2013, 85-112 [in Greek].
  • “‘Lyceum Clubs’ and ‘Lyceum Club of Greek Women’. From the International Women’s Network to the National Society’’, in The Lyceum of Greek Women. 100 years, Cultural Foundation of Piraeus Bank, Athens 2010, 97-117 [in Greek].
  • “Collective Actions, Active Lives: A Greek Women’s Club at the Beginnings of the Twentieth Century’’, in The Lyceum of Greek Women. 100 years, Cultural Foundation of Piraeus Bank, Athens 2010, 119-143 [in Greek].

Contact

Undergraduate Courses

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Graduate Courses

GCS-11 History of Crime and Violence
MA in Gender, Culture, and Society

Courses taught

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Postgraduate Courses

GCS-11 History of Crime and Violence
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